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Haruki Murakami Goes to Meet Hayao Kawai
Haruki Murakami Goes to Meet Hayao Kawai

Haruki Murakami Goes to Meet Hayao Kawai

Product ID : 22801595
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Galleon Product ID 22801595
UPC / ISBN 3856307710
Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs
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Binding: Hardcover
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Manufacturer Daimon
Shipping Dimension 7.01 x 4.61 x 0.59 inches
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Edition 2
Number Of Pages 160
Publication Date 2017-09-01
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About Haruki Murakami Goes To Meet Hayao Kawai

Product Description Two of Japan's foremost contemporary cultural spokespersons met for an informal conversation with remarkable results. While their extended talk took place at a particular location at a particular moment in history, much of the content is timeless and universal. After popular acclaim in Japan, the transcript now makes its first appearance in English. Topics from the Contents: The Meaning of Commitment Words or Images? Making Stories Answering Logically versus Answering Compassionately Self-Healing and Novels Marriage and 'Well-digging' Curing and Living Stories and the Body The Relationship between a Work and its Author Individuality and Universality Violence and Expression Where are We Headed? About the Author Haruki Murakami began to write at the age of 30 and blossomed into one of the premier writers of his generation. He has been awarded numerous honors in Japan as well as internationally, including the Franz Kafka Prize, the Jerusalem Prize and many others. He is known for his journalistic pieces, short stories and genre-defying novels, including The Wind-up Bird Chronicle, Norwegian Wood, A Wild Sheep Chase, Wind/Pinball and 1Q84. Hayao Kawai was Minister of Culture for ­Japan and decorated as a ‘Person of Cultural­ Merit’. He originally studied mathematics, then trained to become a Jungian psychoanalyst and sandplay therapist in Zürich. Back in his native country, he went on to introduce Jung’s psychology and sandplay therapy. Kawai became a well-known writer and television personality in Japan and also abroad; many of his works have been translated into other languages.